Explore the latest developments in Israel's vibrant real estate landscape and discover captivating new residential projects.
Future home of Israel's largest rehabilitation campus: Spanning approximately 1.6 hectares, with 12 treatment departments and about 450 beds. Estimated completion timeframe: 7 years.
Data from a Knesset inquiry reveals the dire situation. Which cities are the worst hit – and what's being done?
Witnessing the struggle: a resident shares the heartbreaking reality of eight kibbutzim near the Lebanon border, unaided amid a war zone.
Neighborhood Corner: Yemin Moshe is one of Jerusalem’s more upscale neighborhoods in terms of real estate, surrounded by gardens with a panoramic view of the Old City walls.
In 2023, apartment sales plummeted by 35%, with a quarter sold under government subsidies. The remaining new apartment inventory surpassed the total 2023 sales.
Jerusalem greenlights four urban renewal plans for Kiryat Menachem, proposing 1,709 units & two 41-story towers, pending district committee approval.
Appleby Castle, once home to Scottish and English monarchs, is now a luxury hotel seeking a wealthy buyer to reign over its halls.
Blueprint for the new residential hub, in the heart of the country, features 1,700 apartments and ample space for employment, commerce, and public buildings.
Report from the Knesset: Elazar Bamberger introduces urgent government plan for urban renewal in earthquake-prone cities.
Our Homes: Surrounded by breathtaking nature on the edge of the Judean Hills and overlooking the valleys below, this new gem promises a lifestyle of luxury and tranquility.
NEIGHBORHOOD CORNER: Mishkenot Ha’uma is a forward-looking neighborhood and a statement of Jerusalem’s intentions to grow and modernize as an international city.
Ministers presented NIS 2.5 billion housing plan for upcoming year, officially approved by the government. Here are some key highlights.
Demolishing eight buildings with 116 units, it aims to erect 1,000 new apartments in three towers and two 10-story buildings.
Global high-tech giant Cisco Systems plans to establish a branch in Ofakim, investing in training and career development programs for the southern Israeli city's local youth.